Field model for complex ionic fluids: analytical properties and numerical investigation

by   Jian-Guo Liu, et al.

In this paper, we consider the field model for complex ionic fluids with an energy variational structure, and analyze the well-posedness to this model with regularized kernals. Furthermore, we deduce the estimate of the maximal density function to quantify the finite size effect. On the numerical side, we adopt a finite volume scheme to the field model, which satisfies the following properties: positivity-perserving, mass conservation and energy dissipation. Besides, series of numerical experiments are provided to demonstrate the properties of the steady state and the finite size effect.




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